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Ronald Eugene Broomfield, known professionally as Eugene Wilde, is an American singer from Miami, FL. Broomfield had two No. 1 R&B hits in the 1980s. In 1984, Broomfield signed with Philly World Records, and wrote and recorded the track “Gotta Get You Home Tonight.” The song rose to No. 1 on the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart, and also peaked at No. 18 on the U.K. Singles chart. After a few less than successful follow-ups, he hit No. 1 again with “Don’t Say No Tonight.” He also had some lesser known hits, including “Diana” (1986). His single “Personality” peaked at No. 34 in the U.K. Subsequent releases on the MCA label, solo and with the group Cabo Frio, were less successful. In 1985, Broomfield appeared in the film Rappin with Joanna Gardner, where they performed the single “First Love Never Dies”, a duet that also appeared on the film’s soundtrack. In 1987, he recorded a duet with Sheena Easton, “When We Fall In Love”, which appeared on Easton’s album “No Sound But A Heart.” He later ran the independent label Wilde City Records in Florida. In 2018, Broomfield launched the label 50ish Music Group. He has released the albums “Eugene Wilde” (1984), “Serenade” (1985), “I Choose You (Tonight)” (1989), “How About Tonight” (1992) and “Get Comfortable” (2011).